Twence records positive result for 2021

The annual financial report of Twence Holding B.V. was adopted at the shareholders' meeting on April 21, 2022. Twence posted a positive net result (after tax) of €12.1 million in 2021. Almost 51% of the turnover of €125 million was generated from raw materials and energy. This percentage has increased in recent years, as a result of the strategic direction to recover more raw materials from waste and to produce sustainable energy.

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Marc Kapteijn Twence

"We have been mainly sowing seeds in recent years, so to speak; 2022 and 2023 will be years in which even more projects come to fruition. Together with the municipalities, partners and other stakeholders, we will continue to contribute to a sustainable and circular society in the future."

Marc Kapteijn
Managing Director

Passion for sustainability

Making today and tomorrow sustainable. That's what we stand for and work towards. Passionate, innovative, economically responsible and chain-oriented. We do everything we can to extract as many raw materials and energy as possible from waste, biomass and the sun.

Connector in the energy and raw materials transition

Our society is right at the beginning of an energy and resource transition. Twence is making a significant contribution to this transition and to the development of a circular economy in the (Euro) region. We are the 'connector' in this process. We innovate and work closely with our partners and shareholders to help them achieve their sustainability goals.

Results Twence 2021

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Major steps towards further sustainability

In 2021, Twence will have further fulfilled its ambition to make the (EU) region more sustainable. Specific examples include the reopening of the Composting and Fermentation Plant, where, each year, vegetable, fruit and garden waste is processed into new raw materials and sustainable energy, and the opening of the 't Rikkerink solar park in Ambt-Delden, which is generating green electricity for 4,350 households.

In addition, a start has been made on the construction of the manure processing plant in Zenderen. Preparations have also been made for the supply of heat to Grolsch. Furthermore, the 'green light' has been given for the construction of a large-scale CO2 capture. Finally, the municipalities of Borne, Enschede and Hengelo signed a letter of intent to carry out an exploratory study for a regional heat network.

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